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Pope, German leader discuss economic crisis

Catholic World News - December 06, 2012

Pope Benedict XVI met on December 6 with Germany’s President Joachim Gauck.

The Pope’s conversation with the German leader centered on the current global economic crisis, and especially the crisis in Europe. They also discussed Church-state relations, globalization and secularization, and (the Vatican noted) “the Christian view of the person.”

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